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How to rewatch Westworld Season 3 ahead of Season 4 Premiere on Sunday, June 26

It’s been over two years since we’ve had an episode of one of the most plot-detailed shows ever created. You probably need a refresher before the Sunday, June 26 return for Season 4, and here’s how to find it.

Kate Hahn, Luke Hemsworth, Denise Thé, Tessa Thompson, Jonathan Nolan, Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Lisa Joy, and Aaron Paul speak onstage during the screening & panel discussion of the HBO drama series “Westworld” at Wolf Theatre on March 06, 2020 in North Hollywood, California. Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for HBO

While Westworld is one of the more critically-acclaimed shows in this era of prestige television, it’s also one of the most intense in terms of plot and needing to keep up with what’s happening.

When you have the same actor playing both the human and host versions of themselves, as well as that same character being shown in various timelines by different actors, it’s pretty easy to be overwhelmed and confused if you’re not paying close attention. And it’s likely your memory has slipped a bit considering there haven’t been any new episodes for more than two years.

Fortunately there are ways to catch a refresh on what’s happened over the first three seasons of Westworld.

How to rewatch Westworld Season 3

Live stream: HBO Max

All three seasons of the show are available for rewatching on HBO Max, which you likely have access to if you’re watching HBO either through your cable provider or the internet already. There are 10 episodes each in Season 1 and Season 2, with Season 3 having just eight. Season 4, which premieres on June 26th at 9 p.m. ET on the HBO channel as well as HBO Max, will be eight episodes as well.

Buy from Amazon Prime

You can also purchase each entire season from 1-3 on Amazon Prime, as the price is $24.99 for Season 1 & 2, which drops to $22.99 for Season 3. Unfortunately there is no rental option available, and if you’re an HBO subscriber already it’s likely you won’t need this as it’s just as easy to use the HBO Max platform to re-watch everything.

Buying from Amazon Prime is a better option for folks not located in the United States that might have a rights issue with being able to stream the show in whatever country they’re located.